copyrightThis smartphone of Missing Honor will be found by the person who finds the 4 lakhs
Before reaching the final product to the customers, companies do testing of a lot of prototypes of smartphones. These prototypes are used by companies to test many features. There is only a slight difference in final product and prototype but companies use them for testing. It is learned that one such prototype Smartphone of Honor has gone missing and the Chinese company will pay Rs 4 lakh to the person who finds it.
According to the report of PhoneArena, Moritz Skidley, a marketing employee of Honor Company, was going to Munich from Dusseldorf in Germany. According to the reports, Skidl had a prototype of a Honor phone in his bag, which is likely to be launched in London on May 21 during the event. As soon as Skidle reached the house, he opened the bag to charge the device and found that the phone was not there.
The Chinese company has posted a tweet from its German Twitter handle. Tweeting the company said, please help us. Contact us at Deutsche Bahn (the primary railway company in Germany) or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Monday, April 22, 2019, an Honor employee was going from Dusseldorf (6:06 AM) to Munich (11:08 AM) on ICE 1125. He lost a Honor prototype smartphone. This prototype is in a protective gray case, which has covered the camera with shutter. Please email at email@example.com. The company will give 5,000 euros (approximately 4 lakh rupees) in the form of prize to the person who finds the prototype.
As we mentioned above, Honor is going to launch a new phone on May 21 in London's event. At the moment it is not clear which company the company will launch. But the discussion is such that it can be Honor 20 Pro. It can not be said clearly that the missing prototype belongs to this phone, but whatever the prototype finds the company will definitely give 4 lakh rupees.